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Let’s go over the Swiss Super League fixture between Luzern and Basel to find out the best predictions and free tips for their match this weekend on Sunday.
Luzern vs Basel: Free Tips & Odds for Saturday
Check out the predictions we came up with after going over the details and data of the match below. If you want to see more Swiss Super League betting tips and odds, you are welcome to visit our website.
- Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 5/6 (1.833)
- Match Result – Basel to win @ 4/5 (1.80)
- Luzern Total Goals – Over 2.5 Goals @ 3/1 (4.00)
All odds we used are from Betfred and are correct at the time of writing. Make sure to double-check them before wagering because they are subject to change.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
Many of the most recent matches involving Luzern of Basel ended with both teams scoring goals. That includes three of the last four matches for Luzern and four of the last five matches for Basel. Eight of the last nine head-to-head matches between the two clubs ended with both teams scoring goals.
Match Result – Basel to Win
Basel is the likely winner and our favorite in this match-up for multiple reasons. First, their recent form is perfect at least in the last five matches they played regardless of the tournament. Luzern on the other hand lost or drew all five of their most recent matches. Also, in the Super League table, there is a twenty-two-point difference between the two teams with Basel in the lead.
Total Goals – Over 2.5 Goals
Four of the last five matches between Luzern and Basel ended with over 2.5 total goals. Also, 80% of the last ten games for Basel and two of the last three games for Luzern ended similarly. It’s safe to say that there is a high chance the match this weekend will end with more than 2.5 total goals.
Latest Preview & Squad Details for Saturday’s Match
Luzern isn’t in the best recent form lacks a lot and they won’t be playing at 100% this weekend. Noah Rupp received an Achilles irritation in mid-January and won’t be able to play. Thoma Monney is also injured since November. Denis Simani can’t play until the end of January because of a yellow card suspension.
Two players from Basel are suspended and won’t be able to play this weekend. Sebastiano Esposito is out with a red card suspension until the 7th of February, while Pajtim Kasami is out with a yellow card suspension until the end of January. Two other players from the team are out with injuries – Andrea Padula and Emmanuel Essiam.
Head-to-Head Data for Luzern vs Basel This Weekend
In the tables below, you can check out the recent stats and data for both Luzern and Basel.
Lucerne vs Basel Head to Head Lucerne Last 5 Basel Last 5
1 - 3 1 - 1 3 - 4 4 - 1 1 - 2 0 - 1 2 - 1 0 - 2 1 - 1 4 - 0 3 - 1 3 - 0 1 - 2 2 - 2 1 - 1
Lucerne vs Basel
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Frequently Asked Questions About Luzern vs Basel
- When will the match start? – The starting time of the fixture is 16:30 on the 30th of January (Sunday).
- Where is the match going to be played? – The fixture will be played at Swissporarena in Luzern.
- Where can I watch the fixture live? – The only streaming option is via your bookmaker streaming feature or via Eleven Sports or Onefootball.